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Created byDan Harmon
ComposerJoe Wong[1]
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes23
Executive producers
Running time22 minutes
Production companies
Original release
ReleaseSeptember 24, 2023 (2023-09-24) –
present (present)

Krapopolis is an American animated sitcom created by Dan Harmon for the Fox Broadcasting Company. Before its first-season premiere, the series was renewed for a second season in October 2022[2] and for a third season in March 2023.[3] The series premiered on September 24, 2023, on the Animation Domination programming block.[4] The first season concluded on May 19, 2024.[5]


Set in mythical Ancient Greece, the series centers on a flawed family of humans, gods and monsters that tries to run one of the world's first cities without killing each other.[6]

Voice cast[edit]

The main characters of Krapopolis (From left to right) Shlub, Deliria, Hippocampus, Tyrannis, And Stupendous


  • Richard Ayoade as Tyrannis, son of Shlub and Deliria, paternal half-brother to Hippocampus, maternal half-brother to Stupendous and the main protagonist who is the demigod king of Krapopolis.
  • Matt Berry as Shlub, the father of Hippocampus and Tyrannis who is a Mantitaur (a centaur/manticore creature), Deliria's husband, and an unemployed artist.
  • Pam Murphy as Stupendous, a daughter of Deliria, Tyrannis' maternal half-sister, and Hippocampus' stepsister who is a half-cyclops demigoddess that wears an eyepatch that covers up where her right eye is supposed to go.
  • Duncan Trussell as Hippocampus, a fish-like Atlantean who is Tyrannis' paternal half-brother and Stupendous's stepbrother. He is an inventor that wears a fishbowl helmet filled with water to survive and a bronze baby walker that helps him get around.
  • Hannah Waddingham as Deliria, the mother of Tyrannis and Stupendous and Shlub's wife who is the Goddess of Self-Destruction and Questionable Choice. She was mentioned to have been kicked out of Mount Olympus for an as-yet-unidentified offense.


Guest voices[edit]


No.Title [5]Directed byWritten byOriginal air date [5]Prod.
U.S. viewers
1"All Hail the Goddess of Likability!"Jake HollanderDan HarmonSeptember 24, 2023 (2023-09-24)1BBDH013.82[7]1.2[7]
Tyrannis oversees his city and is confronted by the barbaric and cannibalistic Killassians living nearby. His mother Deliria and father Shlub visit and Deliria is obsessed with people building a temple to her. Hippocampus develops a bomb and he and Stupendous attempt to give it to the Killassians in a Trojan horse. After Deliria is told by Hermes that Athena wants to talk to her and plans to get her back on Mount Olympus, Athena arrives to fight Deliria due to the Killassians worshiping Athena, but is defeated by the Trojan horse bomb.
Cast : Dee Bradley Baker, Keith David as Asskill, Matt Gourley, David Pressman as Steve and Citizen #1, Michael Urie as Hermes, Kari Wahlgren, Amber Stevens West as Athena
2"The Stuperbowl"Otis BrayboyBecky Mann & Audra SielaffSeptember 24, 2023 (2023-09-24)1BBDH031.90[7]0.6[7]
Tyannis starts the first series of games which is attended by Asskill and other kings. Stupendous is among those competing the games and ends up turning the games into a competition. Meanwhile, Shlub takes Hippocampus onto the streets as an alternative to his experiments and they find that someone has been murdered as Hippocampus plans to do an autopsy to find the murderer. At the same time, Deliria works to serve some wine as Hermes informs her that Aphrodite disguised as a falcon and Poseidon's nephew Broseidon are in attendance.
Cast : Eric Bauza, Keith David as Asskill, Dave Franco as Broseidon, Brandon Johnson, Tessa Bonham Jones as Narrator, Maurice LaMarche as Papatonis, Joel McHale as Sportscaster #1, David Pressman as Blacksmith and Runner, Rob Riggle as Sportscaster #2, Michael Urie as Hermes
3"Wife Swamp"Dominic PolcinoDan Harmon & Jordan YoungOctober 1, 2023 (2023-10-01)1BBDH021.70[8]0.5[8]
Tyrannis returns from his quest on rescuing with a sea nymph named Herophile who has become his girlfriend after he saved her from a Kraken. His family learns that Herophile is the daughter of Poseidon. It is soon revealed that Deliria bribed the Kraken to take a dive. Because the Kraken didn't received the payment he was owed, he will not leave the coasts of Krapopolis. Because of what happened, Tyrannis and Herophile head to a location called "The Swamp" that the gods won't go until Tyrannis encounters Herophile's centaur ex-boyfriend Carrots who is hiding from Poseidon. When Poseidon finds them, he makes Tyrannis and Carrots fight for Herophile's hand in marriage. Meanwhile, Shlub, Stupendous, and Hippocampus deal with a pack of wolves who are one of man's enemies. Hippocampus disguises Stupendous as a wolf with wolf urine to complete the scent in order to get close to the wolves. When that attempt fails, Stupendous finds a new way to befriend wolves.
Cast : Eric Bauza, Yvette Nicole Brown as Herophile, Daveed Diggs as Carrots, Matt Gourley as Bard and Kraken, David Koechner as Poseidon, David Pressman as Fisherman and Sculptor, Fred Tatasciore
4"Prometheus"Patrick KochakjiTom ScharplingOctober 8, 2023 (2023-10-08)1BBDH040.84[9]0.3[9]
Tyrannis and Hippocampus free Prometheus from his punishment that Zeus put him in as he is revealed to have a history with Deliria. Though it is revealed that Prometheus has plans to get payback on Zeus for his eternal punishment. Meanwhile, Shlub takes Stupendous to Cyclopia to find the Cyclops that Deliria previously mated with to give birth to Stupendous. She finds her father Donny as Shlub learns the hard way to stay out of certain things.
Cast : Steve Agee as Heracles, Eric Bauza, John DiMaggio as Donny and Traveler, Tim Robinson, Ben Stiller as Prometheus
5"12 Angry Goat Herders"Jake Hollander
Blake Lemons
Emma FletcherOctober 22, 2023 (2023-10-22)1BBDH050.70[10]0.2[10]
When Shlub is accused of eating the goats of the goat farmers, Tyrannis invents the court system, with Shlub represented by Tyrannis and the goat farmers represented by Brenda the Sphinx. Meanwhile, Hippocampus is snubbed by Deliria who won't let him call her mom and makes a sprinkler system for the Killassians where he takes up the alias of a god. Deliria hears about it from Hermes and competes with him.
Cast : Carlos Alazraqui, Keith David as Asskill, Phil LaMarr, Jane Lynch as Brenda the Sphinx, David Pressman as Davros and Servant, Cree Summer, Michael Urie as Hermes
6"Woods-stock"Otis BrayboySiobhan ThompsonOctober 29, 2023 (2023-10-29)1BBDH070.82[11]0.2[11]
While at a party in the forest, Tyrannis meets a wood nymph named Daphne who is conspiring to protect the forests by ridding the world of humans. Tyrannis' hard partying after getting kissed by Daphne attracts the attention of Dionysus: the God of Wine and Parties who intensifies the party and makes things worse for Daphne, who is forced to team up with Stupendous and Hippocampus to get Tyrannis to end the party. Meanwhile, Deliria and Shlub meet Hegemone: Goddess of Plants Blooming and Bearing Fruit and her Mantitaur Paizo.
Cast : Stephanie Beatriz as Daphne, Kimberly Brooks, Sharon Duncan-Brewster, Spencer Grammer, Tom Kenny as Tom the Centaur, David Pressman as Beans Centaur and Unicorn, Jim Rash as Dionysus, Isaac Robinson-Smith, Kari Wahlgren, Amber Stevens West, Constance Zimmer
7"Please Demeter"Dominic PolcinoAbbey CaldwellNovember 5, 2023 (2023-11-05)1BBDH061.98[12]0.6[12]
While dealing with a grain blight, Tyrannis is told by Deliria that Demeter handles agriculture, but Deliria won't ask her for help as she once stole Demeter's earrings. He ends up praying to Demeter himself and winds up getting a date with her. Meanwhile, Stupendous learns that her friend Prack the Unstoppable has died from a bee sting. She enlists Hippocampus to get her into the Greek underworld so she can give Prack one last battle.
Cast : Kimberly Brooks, Holmes, Laura Jackman, Brandon Johnson, Maurice LaMarche as Centaur, Susan Sarandon as Demeter, Michael Urie, Kari Wahlgren
8"Big Man on Hippocampus"Dominic PolcinoRob SchrabNovember 12, 2023 (2023-11-12)1BBDH093.20[13]0.9[13]
Tyrannis takes Hippocampus to a tech convention called VolCon to meet other inventors which also includes a panel that Hephaestus is hosting. Hephaestus soon befriends Hippocampus when he mentions that he picked the lock that was previously used on Prometheus. After Tyrannis meets King Minos who trash-talks Daedalus, he decides to find a replacement for Hippocampus. Meanwhile, Deliria and Shlub have the temple to themselves until Stupendous returns with her petrified friend Felix after a disastrous fight with a Gorgon. To prevent her daughter from asking Athena for help, Deliria tries to unpetrify Felix with disastrous results.
Cast : Malcolm Barrett, Garrick Bernard, Steve Buscemi as Hephaestus, John DiMaggio, Chris Hardwick as himself, David Pressman as Inventor Fish, Jonathan Slavin, Kari Wahlgren
9"Dungeons and Deliria"Patrick KochakjiDiana TayNovember 19, 2023 (2023-11-19)1BBDH080.76[14]0.2[14]
A civilian has invented pants which the other civilians mock. Shlub enlists Tyrannis to help resolve the situation with the bar and the civilians. Meanwhile, Hippocampus hunts a rampaging Monstadon where he encounters Daphne and they get stuck underground. Now they must work to get out of the cavern and slay the Monstadon. At the same time, Stupendous joins her friends in a quest to the peaks of Oligyrtos to retrieve the Helmet of Iapetus and she ends up followed by Deliria, disguised as a woman named Susan who claims to be Stupendous' friend. She wins over Stupendous' party and soon runs afoul of Iapetus when the party members unknowingly free him from his imprisonment.
Cast : Eric Bauza, Stephanie Beatriz as Daphne, David Cross as Mage, Will Forte as Campos, Bobby Moynihan, Kevin Michael Richardson as Iapetus and Bartender, Fred Tatasciore, Michael Urie as Hermes
10"Ty's Tail Tale"Otis BrayboyJordan YoungDecember 3, 2023 (2023-12-03)1BBDH124.07[15]1.2[15]
Displeased that the Killassians are stealing the town's cattle, Tyrannis takes a break and accompanies Shlub to the funeral of Shlub's father, where they meet the witch Belinda. In addition to being Shlub's ex, Belinda also cursed Tyrannis as an unborn child. When Belinda undoes the curse, Tyrannis starts growing a scorpion tail which, which he uses to intimidate Asskill and his own citizenry. Meanwhile, Stupendous and Hippocampus tend to the Pegasus in Deliria's possession, against her instructions, and they discover a disturbing connection between Pegasi and Unicorns.
Cast : James Adomian, Eric Bauza, Garrick Bernard, Keith David as Asskill, Lydia Fox, Kevin Michael Richardson, Alanna Ubach
11"Tyrdra"Blake LemonsJax BallDecember 17, 2023 (2023-12-17)1BBDH103.05[16]0.8[16]
Stupendous comes across a cave and orders whatever monster to vacate it as it is in range of Krapopolis. She finds that a Hydra named Camille is inside it and it leaves in another direction since there is more cities beneath. Stupendous then stops her from committing suicide when Camille doesn't want to fight any more warriors. The rest of Stupendous' family find that Stupendous had brought Camille home as Tyrannis allows Stupendous to keep it while stating that it's not cleaning up after her. After Camille is seen by the town crier, Tyrannis and Stupendous help to spread messages around as they chop off more heads to produce more heads. Soon, Shlub uses Camille to send anonymous messages which soon plunges Krapopolis into chaos.
Cast : James Adomian, Eric Bauza, Stephanie Beatriz as Daphne, D'Arcy Carden as Camille, Grey DeLisle, Matt Gourley, Tessa Bonham Jones as Narrator, David Pressman as Davros, Yong Yea
12"Buy Low, Sell Ty"Patrick KochakjiTom ScharplingJanuary 7, 2024 (2024-01-07)1BBDH111.30[17]0.3[17]
As Tyrannis works to improve Krapopolis, he encounters a man from Athens named Gregorios who has invented vacation and money. Hippocampus invents Krapopolis' first coin so that the people of Krapopolis won't use chicken and goats to get what they want. This impresses the civilians enough that they go along with the idea of using coins. When chickens start to cost more, Tyrannis and Hippocampus head to Athens to see if they can ask for advice from Gregorios, only to be surprised on what happened to Athens where the money caused it's inhabitants to act like savages. Now Tyrannis, Hippocampus, and Gregorios must find a way to fix both cities before things get worse. Meanwhile, Shlub is told by the bartender about the tab as he is given a job to tell his stories in exchange for free drinks. At the same time, Stupendous helps Deliria with cleaning out the dead animal sacrifices and will accept coins and other treasures as tributes until she learns what Shlub is doing with her worshipers at the bar.
Cast : James Adomian, Eric Bauza, Garrick Bernard, Tessa Bonham Jones as Narrator, Tim Meadows as Gregorios, Kevin Michael Richardson as Bartender, Michael Urie as Hermes, Amber Stevens West as Athena, Cedric Yarbrough
13"Contagion"Dominic PolcinoHilary WinstonFebruary 18, 2024 (2024-02-18)2BBDH010.53[18]0.1[18]
Stupendous tells Tyrannis about the spies from New Scepsia that are outside Krapopolis. When talking to them, Tyrannis is told by Hippocampus that the spies have come down with a case of empathy which Deliria claims was created by the tears of the Titan Empathis which almost wiped out the Olympian gods. Then he is told about Spartans by Shlub while flying in the sky. With empathy spreading to Stupendous and the Krapopolis civilians when a Spartan army is approaching, Tyrannis and Deliria head to New Scepsia in order to find the special mushrooms needed to cure so that Stupendous can be cured which leads to their encounter with Empathis' dragon form. Meanwhile, Hippocampus works to make his own cure for empathy and ends up coming up with a way infect the Spartan army which goes comically awry.
Cast : Eric Bauza, Grey DeLisle, Vince Gilligan, Brandon Johnson as Campfire Narrator, Kumail Nanjiani as Spartan Army Leader
14"A Krapwork Orange"Dominic PolcinoZara BurdettFebruary 25, 2024 (2024-02-25)2BBDH090.53[19]0.1[19]
Hippocampus has been attacked by the orphans for the fourth time as he is instructed by Tyrannis to take care of the situation. With Stupendous' help, Hippocampus rounds up the orphans as they work to control them by inventing a school. Once that was done, Hippocampus and Stupendous find them acting like an apex predator starting with them killing a Roc and get addicted to school. Meanwhile, Tyrannis goes undercover to a rally as Anarrkis the Truth Teller speaks about Tyrannis being a bad king. As Deliria and Shlub create a parade to draw away some people from the assembly, Tyrannis tries to get Anarkkis to like him which doesn't go well she ties him up and causes a coup d'état.
Cast : James Adomian, Grey DeLisle, Echo Kellum as Robert the Storyteller, Bobby Moynihan, Kathy Nagler, Chelsea Peretti, Kevin Michael Richardson as Mr. Straw's Master, Kari Wahlgren
15"Death Takes a Holiday"Blake LemonsRaza SyedMarch 3, 2024 (2024-03-03)2BBDH040.61[20]0.1[20]
Deliria receives a message orb from Hestia who invites her to her all-inclusive party on her private island Vitalus somewhere in the Three Realms and she wants her to bring Tyrannis with her. Upon arrival, they find that Broseidon is among the guests. Everyone meets with Hestia and her mortal boyfriend Humanus/Tony where the Brotos flower negates godly powers so that everyone would be equal. When it comes to the final event, Humanus turns against Hestia by not having the antidote distributed so that the Age of Man can rise much to the dismay of Tyrannis and Deliria. Now Tyrannis and Deliria work to survive the uprising. Meanwhile, Shlub, Stupendous, and Hippocampus gain a visit from Jason and the Argonauts who have stopped to resupply. When Stupendous accidentally kills all of the Argonauts, she, Shlub, and Hippocampus find a blind Homer as their travel companion as they work to cover up their deaths in order for Homer to not make a bad story about Krapopolis until he figures it out during a mock giant bladed serpent fight.
Cast : Steve Agee as Heracles, Dee Bradley Baker, Dave Franco as Broseidon, Phil Augusta Jackson, Jameela Jamil as Hestia, Chris McCausland as Homer, Michael Urie as Hermes, Amber Stevens West as Athena
16"Eclipse"Blake LemonsHeather Anne CampbellMarch 17, 2024 (2024-03-17)1BBDH130.58[21]0.1[21]
A solar eclipse is happening. Deliria claims to Tyndarius that a solar eclipse is the result of Zeus ordering Apollo to park the Moon in front the Sun. Hermes states that the Olympians have become angry at Deliria and is needed on Mount Olympus. Apollo, Ares, Athena, and Hephaestus arrive stating that Zeus has gone missing as Apollo claims that his sister is in charge of the Moon and gets frozen trying to move the Sun becauses there is no air near it. As nobody knows how the sky works, Hippocampus and Hephaestus work to study the sky and make a program about it. Ares hits on Stupendous, Deliria assumes that Athena is taking advantage of Tyrannis in order to prove herself to Zeus, and Shlub and Apollo reminisce about when they are still part of a musical group.
Cast : Steve Buscemi as Hephaestus, Ryan Eggold as Apollo, Chris Parnell as Ares, Michael Urie as Hermes, Amber Stevens West as Athena
17"The Majors"
Otis BrayboyAndy BobrowMarch 24, 2024 (2024-03-24)2BBDH020.51[22]0.1[22]
Poseidon busts Ares for wanting a spanking from the soldiers who worship him after their victory in a war. At Ares' trial presided over Apollo, Hermes, Poseidon, Athena, Aphrodite, Dionysus, and Pan on Mount Olympus, Apollo sentences Ares to be stripped of his title and be downgrading to a minor god. Deliria meets Salt who is a minor god who makes the ocean "pukey". At the auditions held by Apollo which is not an excuse to mock the minor gods, the auditioning minor gods include but are not limited to Meticulus: God of Groupings and Order, Nocturnus: God of Nocturnal Missions, Jinx: God of Jinxing, the unnamed Goddess of Cups and containers, the unnamed Goddess of Orange Rinds, and the unnamed God of Near-Sneezing and the Orgasms that happen During that Time. Deliria gets involved in helping Salt when competing against Athena and her protege Mackenzus: Goddess of Accessories. Meanwhile, the people of Krapopolis have left to the forests because of an increase of poop. Hippocampus works to find a way to deal with the poop which leads to the invention of the toilet which Tyrannis is unable to do in front of everyone.
Cast : James Adomian, Sharon Duncan-Brewster, Ryan Eggold as Apollo, Dave Franco as Broseidon, John Gemberling, Kimiko Glenn, Matt Gourley, David Koechner as Poseidon, Rachael MacFarlane as Aphrodite, Kathy Nagler, Erik Charles Nielsen, Chris Parnell as Ares and Civilian, Jim Rash as Dionysus, Pia Shah, Michael Urie as Hermes, Amber Stevens West as Athena, Stephen Root as Salt
18"War with the Roses"Patrick KochakjiSarah CarbienerApril 7, 2024 (2024-04-07)2BBDH030.53[23]0.2[23]
The dryads have been uping nature's attack on Krapopolis as Stupendous suggests that they go to war with nature. Hippocampus goes into the forest to meet with Daphne where they talk about how their families won't listen to them. They come up with to trick Tyrannis and the nature's ruler Queen Iris into meeting for an anti-war negotiation as Queen Iris arrives with Daphne, a mud monster named Thea, and a yak named Bartleby. Pan has also arrived to assist Queen Iris as Hippocampus claims that he and Deliria might get involved in the possible war. When the negotiations go south, war between Krapopolis and nature occurs. Daphne follows Hippocampus into his bunker as they end up coming up with a solution to end the war. Deliria is tricked into doing a divine intervention against nature when Tyrannis dares her to mention to Pan what really happened to Zeus.
Cast : James Adomian, Dee Bradley Baker, Stephanie Beatriz as Daphne, Tessa Bonham Jones as Narrator, Kathy Nagler, Debra Wilson, Constance Zimmer
19"Muse Your Illusion"Otis BrayboyDanielle WeisbergApril 21, 2024 (2024-04-21)2BBDH050.66[24]0.2[24]
Tyrannis reveals to the crowd that he has created the new flag for Krapopolis only for its unveiling to be outstaged by a play that was invented by Craig who was inspired. Hippocampus discovers that the Muses are behind Craig's inspiration as he claims that they consume their resources and destroy city. He plans to come up with a way to catch a Muse. When it works, Hippocampus works on a device that harvests the inspiration from the Muses as they later take advantage of Tyrannis. Meanwhile, Deliria learns that Shlub is undergoing a metamorphosis that all Mantitaurs go through and stays by his side to keep him safe from different predators.
Cast : Eric Bauza, Zach Cherry, Auli'i Cravalho, Grey DeLisle, Matt Gourley, Kathy Nagler, Ryan Ridley, Nick Rutherford, Cedric Yarbrough
20"Prince Hippo"Dominic PolcinoAlex RubensApril 28, 2024 (2024-04-28)2BBDH060.44[25]0.1[25]
Hippocampus is interrupted in his surgery on a net weaver named Philbert by Tyrannis who wants all the family to be present for the launching of an unsinkable boat that will be the first of Krapopolis' navy. This event is crashed by the fish-like Atlanteans from the underwater city of Atlantis who want Hippocampus to come home. After some persuasion from Tyrannis, Hippocampus goes to Atlantis with Tyrannis and Shlub. Upon arrival, Tyrannis and Shlub learn that Hippocampus is a Prince of Atlantis and that his biological mother is the unnamed Queen of Atlantis who doesn't remember Shlub. He proceeds to show her how to handle their breathing apparatus to work on land so that the Atlanteans can invade the land. Meanwhile, Deliria is introduced to one of the heads of her cult by Stupendous who wants to be her high priestess as Deliria gives her some of her power as Stupendous states that she just met him. Stupendous discovers that the High Priestess is a Hittite who wants the worship of Deliria to be continued without her.
Cast : Eric Bauza, Kurt Braunohler, Kate Comer as the Queen of Atlantis, Ryan Ridley, Niccole Thurman as High Priestess
21"Olive Oil Crisis"Patrick KochakjiAndy BobrowMay 5, 2024 (2024-05-05)2BBDH070.57[26]0.2[26]
Amidst a lot of crisis on Krapopolis, Deliria takes Stupendous on a mission to assume the form of geese in order to poop on a new temple for Athena. After getting struck in the head by a rock thrown by a hunter, Deliria loses her memory and thinks that she is a goose. After a brief memory loss, Deliria and Stupendous are then caught by the hunter. Meanwhile, Tyrannis gets the information on the olive oil shortage from Shlub and Tyrannis asks him to attend the trade meeting after hearing about the win-win phrase. After missing the meeting, Shlub got the olive oil from Asskill. Tyrannis then puts Shlub in charge of handling the different crisis involving the sinkhole, produce shortage, bat swarms, and fire-breating orc situations. It soon comes to the point when Asskill and the bar patrons want Shlub to be the new King of Krapopolis.
Cast : Eric Bauza, Emily C. Chang, Andy Daly, Keith David as Asskill, Colton Dunn, John Gemberling, Tessa Bonham Jones, Kathy Nagler, Jason Ritter, Cedric Yarbrough as Bar Patron
22"The Tyrannis Crown Affair"Blake LemonsSarah CarbienerMay 12, 2024 (2024-05-12)2BBDH080.49[27]0.1[27]
A thief has been robbing from rich people. Tyrannis appoints Stupendous to deal with the thieves as he takes Stupendous' old fighting force and turns them into a police force. The police force proceed to subdue the thieves. When another rich person is robbed, the thief overwhelmes the police force and makes off with Tyrannis crown. Stupendous takes action in order to pursue the thief and reclaim Tyrannis' crown. Meanwhile, Hippocampus and Deliria receive an invitation to Hermes' Monster Dome which used to be Deliria and Hermes' Pageant of Monstrous Wonders until Deliria was thrown out of Mount Olympus and the name was changed. They plan to release the monsters there. As Deliria distracts Hermes, Hippocampus makes his way to the monster pens which goes horribly awry when he gets mistaken for a contestant and is paired up against a Minotaur/crocodile hybrid.
Cast : Carlos Alazraqui as Thief, Dee Bradley Baker, Jeff Bennett, John Cho, Rachael MacFarlane as Aphrodite, Khary Payton, Jim Rash as Dionysus, Nick Rutherford, Michael Urie as Hermes
23"Remedial Archeology"Otis BrayboyHilary WinstonMay 19, 2024 (2024-05-19)2BBDH100.48[28]0.1[28]
In the present, a female archaeologist named Alice stumbles upon the ruins of an underground temple. She finds a sea shell that enables her to contact Tyrannis in the past after he bought it from a merchant. He learns from Alice that Krapoplis has become a lost city by the present day and gets advice on how to make Krapopolis exist into the present. After some changes in the present, Tyrannis is told by Alice about a carving of a king where different fates occur causing different things to occur that changes Tyrannis' outcomes. Meanwhile, Shlub is invited to a monster wedding by an old monster friend of his. Deliria goes along with Shlub where she tries not to offend the monster guests which goes horribly awry when she accidentally dismembers them in self-defense.
Cast : Diedrich Bader, Kimberly Brooks, Emily C. Chang, Danny Jacobs, Rachel Levy, Keith Lucas as Bdrian, Kenny Lucas as Adrian, Adam Ray, Cedric Yarbrough


In June 2020, it was announced that Dan Harmon signed a deal with Fox to create a new adult animated comedy for 2022, with a straight-to-series order.[29] It is Fox Entertainment Studios' first fully owned animated comedy series.

In May 2021, it was announced that the series would be titled Krapopolis.[30] At the same time, Fox stated that it would be "the first-ever animated series curated entirely on the blockchain", and the network would sell NFTs and other digital tie-ins to the series.[30][31] According to Fox, NFT owners "will be able to vote on specific show content and dictate exclusive on-air elements."[32]

In June 2021, it was announced that Jordan Young would be the showrunner for the series.[33]

In October 2022, Fox gave the series an early renewal for a second season ahead of its premiere.[2]

In March 2023, the series was renewed for a third season.[3] In April 2023, it was announced that Alex Rubens is replacing Young as showrunner for the second and third seasons.[34]


In July 2022, Fox announced the series was scheduled to premiere with a special preview episode on November 27, 2022, before its official premiere in 2023.[35] It was delayed to September 24, 2023.[4]


The show has received generally mixed reviews. The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported an approval rating of 56% with an average rating of 6/10, based on 16 critic reviews. The website's critics consensus reads, "Carried by its superb voice cast like Atlas shouldering the Earth, Krapopolis falls short of divine comedy but offers consistent enough chuckles for fans of animated raunch."[36] Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned a score of 60 out of 100 based on 14 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[37]


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